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The markets may look like they’re running amok heading into the lunar new year but not for long, predicts brokerage CLSA.
Crude oil prices finally seem to have found some footing, despite Russia-Saudi Arabia cooperation to tackle oversupply being unlikely, says Scott Nations, CIO and president at NationShares.
Are magnetic trains the future of rail transport? Sustainable Energy takes a look.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
An increased American appetite for trucks and SUVs signals a belief that cheap gas prices aren't going anywhere, AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan, Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global and Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Advisors discuss how low oil demand and a supply glut affect energy stocks and options.
Dealmaking in America's oil patch plunged in Q4 as corporations preserved cash in the face of falling crude prices and tight capital markets.
U.S. oil futures settled up 92 cents, or 2.85 percent at $33.22 per barrel Thursday, marking the first three-day win streak of 2016.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching crude oil surging on production cut talk.
Russian officials have decided they should talk to Saudi Arabia and other OPEC countries about output cuts, Russia's pipeline head said.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on natural gas weekly storage numbers from the Department of Energy.
Citigroup's Ed Morse sees three reasons why crude prices could fall to new lows as soon as next week.
Based on recent prices, the S&P 500 price can buy about 61 barrels of oil. That's up from 10 barrels a couple years ago. It could be as high as 100.
U.S. oil production continues to defy forecasts that it's slowing, and with refiners processing as much as they can, the glut keeps growing.
SunEdison added a former partner from David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital to its board, bowing to pressure from the hedge fund.
A national power grid could severely cut carbon emissions while cheaply delivering power all over the United States.
A fund manager who called $30 oil a year ago has some more bold (mostly bad) news for investors.
The IMF and World Bank are discussing possible financing aid for Azerbaijan to help it cope, the institutions said on Wednesday.
The Fed needs to continue tightening, says a former Fed official. Delaying decisions will not make the path any easier.
Crude oil futures pared gains in late trading Tuesday, after The Wall Street Journal reported inventory had a larger-than usual weekly build.
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